The fresh-faced Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, is regarded as an object of adoration; millions embrace her sense of fashion, feminist ideology, and apparent independence. To many, she brings a breath of post-modernity to the mothballed closet of the stuffy royal family, in a seeming attempt to revolutionize her in-laws’ institution. She also brings controversy, with her patronage of a mosque devoted to radical Islam in her first official Royal Charity Project. Oh, but yeah, all in the name of Allah.
Oh, but yeah, all in the name of Allah.
But is Markle just the poster child of a princess made over by SJWs?
While Princess Diana playfully exhibited glamour, kindness, and motherhood in her, at first, tentative foray onto the international stage, Markle is an unapologetic radical activist, who appears to be testing the House of Windsor on just how far off script she can veer before calmer heads prevail. Or before the Queen makes a stink and redirects Markle’s energy elsewhere.
Her recent and provocative involvement with the Al Manaar Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre and the Hubb Community Kitchen may be just the ticket to send her off to Balmoral Castle, or any of the numerous castles across Great Britain, for reflection on her new station.Meghan Markle
Location, Location, Location
The Hubb Community Kitchen leases space from Al Manaar Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre, an organization with links to 19 Islamic extremists, including Mohammed Emwazi, better known as Jihadi John. Emwazi, raised from the age of six in the U.K., became the face of ISIS for his participation in and videography of beheadings of journalists, among them Americans Steve Sotloff and James Foley and British aid workers David Haines and Alan Henning.
Oh, but yeah, all in the name of Allah.
Hubb is located near the Grenfell Tower complex, where in 2017 a fire swept through the apartments, killing 72 people and displacing hundreds. In the aftermath of the deadly blaze, a group of local women gathered to cook fresh food for families and neighbors affected by the tragedy, using the kitchen of the neighboring mosque twice a week.
Markle was intrigued. She spent months secretly meeting with the women and compiling a cookbook to further fund activities of the kitchen – in the mosque associated with Islamic extremists, led by Imam Samer Darwish.
Darwish could be considered fundamentalist in his religious views, condoning bigamy and advising that girls who listen to music will soon take to the pole to become exotic dancers. He made this exceptional warning:
“Bleeding, no praying. Stop bleeding, just pray. I’ve seen some of our sisters holding Koran using glove, which is a good idea.”
A true renaissance man, that one.
But instead of being disgusted, Markle, a feminist who stands for gender equality, soldiers on with support of the mosque’s kitchen, a project blessed by the Royal Foundation. With that kind of high profile and bottomless financial assistance, Hubb could be a stand-alone building in the neighborhood it hopes to help – disassociating with the mosque.
A Royal Blunder?
As one may surmise, not all Brits praise Markle’s close involvement with an organization that has ties to radical Islam. Dr. Alan Mendoza, executive director of the Henry Jackson Society, an anti-extremism think tank, was aghast at the discovery and politely opined:
“The Duchess of Sussex has been poorly advised over her involvement with a mosque where many former congregants have gone on to commit terrorist acts. This is not one or two isolated cases but 19 separate individuals.”
That message may need to be shared with other U.K. folks who have visited the mosque in Westbourne Grove and made nice, namely Princes William and Harry, Prime Minister Theresa May, and opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Granted, the innocents of the neighborhood will benefit from Markle’s charitable works, yet so will Darwish and his ilk. And while local Brits may continue to rail against the neighborhood, its questionable inhabitants, and the violent, oppressive, misogynist hierarchy that grows and prospers in direct opposition to a world intent on achieving gender equality — it will all be for naught. You see, the self-proclaimed feminist Duchess of Sussex has deemed the project necessary and stamped it with her royal wax seal.